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· May, 2007

Stories about Kuwait from May, 2007

Kuwait: Paris Hilton Lingerie

“I came across this bizarre news while surfing the net, Inspired by the great Paris debate, Mio Destino, a designer lingerie company, has specially designed “Free Paris” and “Jail Paris”...

Israel: Kuwaiti Weekend

ISRAELITY comments on Kuwait's plans to change its weekly holidays from Thursday and Friday to Friday and Saturday here.

Kuwait: Heat Lagging

Intlxpatr from Kuwait is ‘heat-lagging.’ “The heat has hit me like a building crashing down around me. It changes everything I do. Somehow I don’t remember last year being so...

Kuwait: Pedicure Bliss

Ansam from Kuwait announces the launch of a new service – a pedicure service done right in the convenience of your home. “This is amazing… specially for Kuwaiti people! We...

Kuwait: Online Grocery Shopping

Kuwait-based Lebanese blogger Mark says online shopping for grocery is picking up in Kuwait. “I prefer passing by an actual supermarket to buy my groceries but this could be an...

Kuwait: What Kuwaitis Did This Week?

It's been yet another busy week for Kuwaiti bloggers who give us a break down of their day to day activities. While one contemplates why he should register to attend...

Kuwait: Saudi Driving

Drunk'n'Gorgeous from Kuwait posts this YouTube video of a “driving adventure” in Saudi Arabia. And she thinks it's hilarious!

Kuwait: Filipinos Gear Up for National Celebration

The Filipino community in Kuwait, in cooperation with the Philippine Embassy laid the groundwork for the observance of Philippines’ 109th Independence Day anniversary on June 12, 2007 in a meeting...

Kuwait: Summer School Costs

Sumi-Kuwait rants about the rising costs of summer schools. “I have always wanted to send my kids to the British School of Kuwait's (BSK) Summer Program. I assumed it would...

Kuwait: Cats on Menu

“Someone emailed me telling me that the ministry shut down the Jahra branch of the ***** restaurant because it turned out they were catching street cats and using their meat...

Kuwait: Lion Caught

Kuwait-based Lebanese blogger Mark informs us that a lion who escaped in Kuwait was caught by police.

Kuwait: In Case of Emergency

Kuwait blogger Sailor suggests a novel method to keep your next of kin informed in the case of an emergency. “As cell phones are carried by majority of the population,...

Kuwait: Lebanese are “Fed Up”

‘“We are fed up!!” That is what all Lebanese are saying these days. Past two days, I asked many lebanese people in Kuwait what they think of whats going on,...

Kuwait: Loose Lion

Lebanese blogger Mark reports that a lion is on the run in Kuwait and is being hunted by police. “I just heard there is a lion loose in Kuwait. It...

Kuwait: Iraq Invasion Home Video

Lebanese blogger Mark posts links to two home videos made by a Kuwaiti mother, which bring back a chilling reminder to the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.

Kuwait: No bookstores in Malls

Q at Kuwaitism argues that despite the surge in the number of shopping malls in his country, there is yet a bookshop to open in any one of them. “I...

Kuwait: Food, Protocol and Dust Storms

What is the difference between Chicken Majboos and Chicken Biryani? How do you react when you are suddenly face to face with the Amir (Ruler) of Kuwait? And how do...

Kuwait: Dangerous Drivers

“Every day when you get in behind the steering wheel in your car, you risk your life! I have never in my WHOLE ENTIRE life seen anything as bad as...

Kuwait: It's Heating Up in Here !

Indoor activities are a big hit in Kuwait as summer temperatures soar. Bloggers discuss the programmes available in this week's round up by Abdullatif Alomar, which include indoor climbing and...

Kuwait: What Doesn't Kill You

“What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger. Right?” debates Kuwait-based blogger Ansam. “Agreeing on that it will make you stronger… So more experiences throughout life may hurt you more and...

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